Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing
More Attractive Skin for Both Women and Men
Looking great can simply be a matter of skin rejuvenation, pigment treatment and vessel clearance to reveal clearer, more attractive skin.
Non-ablative fractional laser treatments deliver excellent results for skin rejuvenation, through the coagulation of soft tissues, for many different skin conditions.
- Acne scars, surgical scars
- Stretch marks
- Skin tightening
Face Treatment $ 400.00 Face & Neck $ 650.00 Décolleté $ 330.00
For optimal results 2-4 treatments recommended, depending on the severity of client’s skin condition.
Fractional photothermolysis uses an array of small laser beams to create many microscopic areas of thermal necrosis within the skin. These areas of necrosis are deemed microscopic treatment zones (MTZs). Fractional photothermolysis performed within these MTZs will damage the epidermis and dermis, but the necrotic injury heals rapidly and adverse effects are very few.
*Most clients report only the sensation, and look and feel, of a light sunburn and some can experience erythema and edema followed by light skin exfoliation for a few days immediately after the treatment.
After the treatments, the skin will gradually heal into a more firm, even colored, tighter and smoother textured, younger look.
What areas can be treated?
Skin Resurfacing can be used on any area of the body, including the face, chest, arms, hands and most body areas on both women and men.
What should you expect after treatment?
You’ll have some redness, warmth, swelling or tightness in the treated area, which usually fades within a few hours of treatment. Generally, you can go back to your activities with very little recovery time; often you will notice real changes in just a few days.
How many treatments are recommended?
In most cases, a series of treatments at three – to four-week intervals may be required to get the desired result. But every client is different, so it’s best for you to have a private consultation with one of Ashgrove’s professional therapists.